The delegation of the two holy shrines extends its condolences to the family of Sayed al-Hakeem

A delegation from the holy shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them) extended condolences to the family of Sayed al-Hakeem in the province of Najaf on the loss of the late His Eminence Sayed Saleh al-Hakeem, founder of the Imam Hussein Foundation for dialogue.

Sheikh Adel al-Wakeel, a member of the delegation and assistant head of the Religious Affairs Department at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, said: "based on the directives of the Senior Officials of the two holy shrines, who are proactive and present on such occasions, we are present today to offer condolences to the al-Hakeem family."

He added, "the delegation included a number of officials and employees of the two holy shrines, who conveyed the condolences of the Senior Officials and the servants of the two holy shrines to the family of the deceased, knowing that his father is a martyr, his mother is a martyr, his brother is a martyr, his other brother is a martyr, and his Alawite sister is also a martyr, and all of them were arrested by Saddam's colleagues in the early eighties, and despite all the adversities he lived and the diseases, he was friendly, affectionate, frank and believed in dialogue to a large extent."

For his part, the adviser to the secretary-general of the Imam al-Hussayn's (p) holy shrine; Haj Fadhel 'Awaz, said that "the departure of His Eminence Sayed Saleh al-Hakeem is a great loss, especially since he is from a family that God has blessed with the Medal of martyrdom and jihad for the sake of the doctrine of Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them)."

The bereaved family, in turn, appreciated initiative and thanked those who attended and consoled them, expressing at the same time the depth of their pride of receiving such visit.
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